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LTNCE & HOWLEY'8
Real Estate Column
Alexander eoun! lands, Cairo lot,
:a eichanfe for H. Iouia proirrty.
Tbe tooth bait of tl "Mot" Ikx.v at
bargain. V '
Oottagt bo Biiiti itrect hear Vah
Ington aTctiuP. . ,
Cottage on Eighth strwt n'r Wal-
Dwelling, corner Twchly-iourtli ami
First floor of brkk dwelling oorner
NineUuith and roplHr streets.
Cottage on Fourth .street, Ix twctn
Commercial and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Stiver, west of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth street, sent
of Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixture?, southwest corn
;r Kightecnth atrtet and Commercial
m-nue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ol
Joimnerclal avenue, $10.
Dwelling bonne on Cross meet, wen
ol Washington avenue.
lluslness house on Levee Atrtet, utiove
A gtwl eottage on Tweiitj'-Ninih
street, near Commercial av-mu.
Store room on Coiiinn-rclnl avenue.
next to Waver! J hotel, $!0.
Cottage of 4 room on Twenty-third
Ureet, Good yard and cistern.
iod dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-th'rd
. -Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 GO.
Store room adjoining above, $.
Ilouse on Commercial avenue, m ar
19th street. Fultable for lUHinss and
J welling, $15.
Tenements numbered 8 and 9,
Winter! Row, S room each for $10
x nODtb. Will b put In tlrst-class
order, k - .
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
uccupied by A. ilalley.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and preml
4ea. ISent low, to a good ten wit.
Store) room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms us various parts ol tlie city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands, In tract to suit, near Cairo,
S. Paretra announces special b.irglns
in Men's and Boys Clothlngood all wool
Caasimere suit only $ 00. A good boys
ult only $4 00 and upward. All much
less than here tofore for equal tonalities.
The Dom Pedro's astasaination did
not taka plav, but hundreds of wives
tad daughters all over tbe city are happy
to think thai they can buy the bet Cali
coes at cents per yard at -
142 and 144 Coiiimeretal avenue.
SfAomonPareira has received an aiMi
tiuual atovk of Dry inods. Clothing,
lkotsnl Shoes, which he I offering, to
suit the times. Therefore, if you want
to save money give niui a call at 112 and
144 Commercial avenue.
flreat revolution in the line of Boon
and Shoes, vvhl' Ji I oiler at price never
heard ot Wlore. Men's hoots at $2 00
a pair, and all the rc?t In proportion.
342 and 144 Commercial nve.
A So. I Lauuar,
It is now conceded that .Mrs. Coliinan
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial uve
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
tlry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding hoiiM-s will
tind it to tlielr advantage to call upon
her. Her pricjes r m follows: Hotel
and bonrdiiig-houc wa.hing 7' tents
cr dozen. For piece work prices aru as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 1 ; ier
dozen, 80c; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two baudkerchiefs, 6c; vests, 30c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. ikt dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 2-V ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; whit
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies underware, fine
and coarw;, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-ti.
UiK Kaaaaa ar (Jolorada.
Take tlic Atchison, Topeka and Santa
l e railroad, the new and popular line
from Atcbinon and Kansas City, via the
leautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, I ten vcr, Cannon City,
Cucharus, Del Norte, Sunta Fe and all
points In Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip W day tick
ets to Denver on sale May 15th, at $50,
taking in the famous w atering places on
the D. & K. G. road. Low emigrant
rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and the Kocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union depots. For maps, time tables
and tbe "San Juan guide," adddress,
T. J. Andkkhon,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
Skk Koch. C. Koch, at his shop and
store room, No. 90 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; also a lull stock of leather
and findings tor sale; and a
large stock of St. Louis cus
tom made boots and shoes. lie
keeps tbe best material and is up lit all
the latest styles. His tits are perfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Give him a
call- : 'J-23-tf ,
For a clca.i shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to J.
George Steinhouse ou Eighth street,
Alexander County Bank building. His
shop Is. ul ways neat; hU towels always
clean; his assistants always polite, and
bis table covered with the latest dally
papers, for tbe bene tit of his customers.
Lauix I'xnKBCLOTHivu. ladles
Chemise, Drawers, Skirts and Night
gowns in tin Muslin, tucked and em
briodered at reduced rates, at .
8. Pkriu'8, .
142 and 144 ;Coramertlal avenue.
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ii il k i I ii 1 1) i i ararrm --
Th BcttariK iriatliiK
tMjttat . uuk a
twrialtr of Bill Haul.
Now Ifrads, ttlrr IIm1.
Slati'mit, Card, klc Look at thrw prkri)
Hmall slM Mil baaita, M Kno.. 1 t)
Mrdiam iIm bin heads, per tiionnand -.. S 7t
All oa f'turtoea poa4 pr, Carlisle mills,
rated two eente per pund hiKber than pai"
nn ij nr other odce rnleil to order at tla
mills eieciall)r fur Oils ofUw
8ta(vnvnU, Carlyxle. trr I'tn 1 n
fiettrr Heads, Carirsle, per I'M'...-.... 4 Ht
.Note llnuls, Carirsle, per l"Wt... 8 )
Visltinitoanls per parkaice VH
Basiiien rards, JKo. I S-plj UriUl Ixianl.
per 1000 !.......................... M to 4
Business nsrds. No I blank. ner!M 00
Wvisrter-sheet, half-sheet, full-sheet aud three,
sheet posters, and colored work below hi. IuiS
rires . . S
Fsmphlet, Book Work and Price I.laU raal
eeialtr ; .
We sre anthoriaed to anaoance JOI1H
IUjBImV asaeaailiiks' tot fthenffof Alex.
snJer county, si the coming county election.
We arc authorized lo announce, thst H. A. K1
tnundsonlsan Independent BejniUllcan candi
lste lor beIl, at 11 ensuing county eleetion.
W e arc aaUiariMd toaaaoanet PKTEK S ACP,
for an Independent raadldste for Mteriffor Al
exsnderoouuty, at Um ensuing county election.
8CALON LoUGK, hU. 51. 1
KsifrhW ut Pythias, bmHs erery fri.
dsy nitt'it at tuUf-pwit seven, in Old
Fellows' Hall Hows., ,
OALKXAXDKB LODUE, SO U.
lndepandeaU Order of Udil-fel-lows,
nsseu every Ttauradav night
at half-past seven, In tbeir hall on
)Uuttf'r;UI avenue, between sixth sn "rnUi
trtm - CH4a Lsaa, n u
r.lH KSCAMr-MJtvr.Y O. O. F.. neeta
m Uibl-kVUva-s' Hall an the trst and third
I wlu) iu eyary month, at half-past seven
Jo II Uossmaw, CP
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A CAlHOIJDGK.NO.ZJT.A.r. A A. M.
m-r lloalMular evtamaataetkiaa in H
sonic Hall, earner Commercial arcane
' x and Kihta alivet, on the second and
ourth Hoadar of tack month.
RATF.tt OF AOTERTIMiaiU.
tO'Atl bills for advertising, sre 4ue and pj
able ts ABVAaca
Transient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of 1 1 00 per square for the Ant insertion
and &o ceots tor each subsequent on A liberal
discount will be aaads aa staadlag and displ
'or inserting Fuaemi aotice $1 ott Kotice of
meeting of societies or secret orders M cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be Inserted as advertisements
Xo advertisement will be received at las than
to cents , and no aovertisernent will be inserted
for less than three dollars per month '
XoomX BmalneM NotlcM. of
iAUW VI Msuisji A as awes g VW
In tba Bnilatin aa follow a :
Commacos Co anting at tail Unas.
One Insertion par Una S Oenta
Two Insertions per line 7 Canta
Tferea lnaertiona par Uatav ..10 Oanta
aHxt lnaartiona par llna...... 16 Oanta
Two waakaparUna. a Osnts
One month par Use .&o Oanta
No Raduction wlU ba mads In above
TUE.SUAV. JUNK 20, 1876.
leal Wsalbsr ktepara.
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JAMtS VTA 1 SON.
ergeant. Signal i v iue, I'. S. A.
Thirty thousand Just received at the
iii Li.KTi oflice.
Fltty wnta, at Winter's Gallery.
The tJreat 4'entennial Boss at I'aul
H. Sohuh'a. ' 6-lMr.
Dr. Smith has removed his ofll t
rooms 8 and 9, Winter's Mock. Entrance
on Seventh s greet. .
Linen fibre, plate finish, letter and not
paper at the Bcllettx office. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
All the latest and new styles of jtllv
glasses ; also a large lot ol sealing wax
at prions to suit the times, at Hart man's
new queensware store. C-13-Ct
The cheaiest, and latest ftyla thy
goods, in the city also the cheapest lot of
Embroidered Paraaohi, and notions can
always be found at r S. Pariira'h,
142 and 144 Commercial avenue.
Claseraia. ! ' '
Tbe undersigned ia prepared to pump
ut aud repair cisterns or build nw one
on short notice and at satisfactory prices.
" J. S. Hawkins,
lid and Cedar streets. Postoflion box
5n4. - ; ' " ...
Tills popular suIooh, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, ia open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pur wines, choice liquor and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf A.' Kbai s, Proprietor.
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R. J, Cundiff has lust received a car
load of IXibuque loe, and will continue
to receive ice throughout the entire sea
son to supply the jobbing aud retail
trad.1 lie respectfully solMts a share of
your ' patronage'. " lee' depot, No. 17,
t'bnrrla Halsbalta rsrhaal Ca
The exoursJoa plane by tlie Methodist
riabbath School for next Teusday, will
leave by tlie C. A V. Hall road at 7:30 a.
ni., and return to the eity wt 7:30 p. m.
The tares lor the round trip will be as
follows: ' " - -.' . .
Children under 12 years of age.SS oaiiu
Between 12 and 10 yean of age., 50 oenU
Ladies..'..., ,...'...,.,.,..,..,..V..M.. (Q cents
Gentlemen............; n fl.CO
; Tickets tor sale at McGanley'a, SehtuVa
and Barclay's drugstores.
Mr. Jas. 8. M6rr1s of Ltlln. was fn the
city Saturday and Hunday. -
a-44 7 '.'.'AO'-J
Mrs. Stephen Bird, Miss t ora Stratton
and Miss Katl' AltofT, who accompan
ied Mrs. Btratton as far as .St. Tnni, re.
turniilon Sunday, , , . t( . ,
Bricklayers in thU flty arq notilied lit
this morning's Brti rri V that they" can
And employment at the Southern Illinois
Insane asylum at Anna. Wages ofleredf
two dollars and filty cents per day.
THE sr.VPsY K HOOl. I'lCX IC TO-DAY.
The Methodist Sunday school plcnio
will lake place to-day. The grounds se
lected for the affair are about four miles
from Breden's Hollow, said to be a very
beautiful place, and a very pleaant time
A XkW TlCBKT-OrnCE.
We understand that the narrow-gauge
folks are about to rent one ol the larire
rooms on the ground floor ot the St.
Charles hotel and convert It Into a tlcket
oflice and passenger depot. This will
prove much more ugreeable to its pat
rons than the present arrangement.
ikmjs! IXMIS ! tXHl
Notice is hereby given to all owners
of dogs that I will commence the killing
and pounding of dogs on Tuesday, the
20th Inst. This is positive. No further
delay will be allowed.
John- II. GosfMAX,
0-ls-3t ;' ' City Marshall.'
A' fitRIOl's' ACCIDKNT.
While Henry Hopkins, a colored man
in tbe employ of Mr. Stratton was riding
a horw belonging to the latter along
Eighth strwt on Snnday, the animal lie
come frightened and reared up throwing
his rider upon the sidewalk, and tailing
on him. Hopkins is pretty badly hurt.
a victoi s cow.
On Sunday afternoon Mr. Henry Brei
han and his two little girls, w hile walking
on Walnut street near tbe corner of
Eighth, were attacked by a mad cow. The
brute rushed at theai, and catching one
ot the little girls on her horns threw her
violently to tbe ground, and w ould have
gored her to death had it not been for
her father, who succeeded in rescuing
her. As it was, she escaped with a few
MAVOK W tXTKB AND TBE SEWERS.
The sewers have not been closed
since the sipe water left us, and as a con
sequence, the water Is again pouring iu
to tlie city from the river. This fact oc
casioned much talk among many of our
people yesterday, who enquire, "won
der it Jack will deny now that half the
sipe water that has bothered us all the
season conies out of the river through
the sewers?" On Sunday morning lo
cust grove was dry, but now there is
w ater several inches deep over a large
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UVI11UII Ol 11,- i I i
BL'RXED TO UKATll.
The (iolconda lUrabl ot tlie ICth says :
"On Friday last a very distressing ac
cident took place near Bay City. A
daughter ot Moses McElhaney, sged
about eighteen years, undertook to kin
dle a fire by using coal oil, pouring the
fluid on tlie wood, when the flames rushed
into the can exploding the same, sct
tuig tire to the young lady's clothing,
and burned her body to a crb-p. She
suffered unutterable torture until Satur
day, wlien at 10 o'clock flie died."
TWO Mt.S KILLKl).
From the GoleonJa Herald of the 10th
w e learn that on Monday of la.st week an
"accident occurred at the Hose Clare
mines which caused the instant death of
two men and the severe Injury of three
others. It appears the timbers iu one of
the drilts gave way, and the fall of rock
and earth from above killed one Frank
Shepard and Andrew Apt, the former a
Welshman aud the latter a German. Of
the three Injured otw got his leg broken,
one received a severe cut on the arm,
and the other received internal Injuries.
The timbers in tlie shaft gave way some
lew weeks since and were repaired, but
since tint time have been considered dan
gerous. Three men who were down in
tlu? idiatt escaped unhurt.'
4 Ct ltlOSITT.
At the restaurant of Mr. Louis Her
bert, on the levee, may be seen a real
curiosity In the shape of an ancient im
age. It is supposed to have been used as
a drinking cup by the people w ho made
this country their home betore civiliza
tion reached it. It is meant to represent
a mother w ith a sleeping babe in her
arms. Mr. Jacob Kline of this city, who
presented it to Mr. Herbert, in a letter
accompanying the Image intortus him
that It was dug up eight miles west ot
Charleston, Mo., Irotn what Is called "In
dian Mounds," but says that the mounds
belonged to a race ot people of w hich no
traditionary account is given, even by
our best and smartest historians. Mr.
Herbert takes much pleasure In showing
the strange object to his friends, and
hundreds have called at his place to see it.
JOB ABU: AS A PAoaKKUt AG NT.
As an indUpenslble acquisition to tbe
welfare of that Institution, the narrow
gauge people have secured the services of
that" wide awake,' whole-souled, 'jovial
gentleman, Joe Able. Now we are com
pelled to admit, that for the little narrow
gauge and Its managers, we have no par
ticular love, because ot the ways that are
dark aud tricks that are vain, which they
have tried bard to practice , upon . the
good people of our town, but we con
gratulate them 'on their good luck in In
ducing Mr. Able t- ncscepr tbe' poslllod
f passenger aganlr .lit isn man pecu
liarly suited to tbe place, and If be does
not make It warm tor bis brother agents
ta this nelghborfcQrfX'& aW no profit.
Mr. Able began bia Istbora la the interest
of Dm narrow gauge yesterday morning
aud we doubt not, will prove a bonanza
to It aud the people
Mptng to swell.
"falMOCTH" ASD "RK.ll Cl.OtD," THK
NOTKD RACIRS, IX CAIRO,
. . Tlie twa noted race horses, "Falmouth"
and ''Bed Cloud-1 passed through this
city yesterday. The horses are on their
way to hksrVfrotJi XewOrleans, where
they mo In raoks tlctt will shortly take
place in that city. "Falmouth" Is a
beautiful darfc bay, of medium size, with
a very small star In his face, lie Is the
property of A colored man lairted tl
wood Harrison, abont sixty yenrs of age,
who lias him in charge. "Falmouth" U
the fastest four mile horse in Uie United
States. He has also been tery successful
at shorter distances, and lor his owner.
Mr. Harrlsoi:, who has refused tor him
a fortune that would satisfy almost any
man, has won piles of money. "lied
Cloud," "Falmouth's'' companion, Is a
bright golden sorrel, with w hite nose and
feet. He looks to be a powerful horse,
and we are told by Mr. Harrison is a
flrU class hurdle racer. "Ked Cloud" is
the property of a gentleman reading in
Natchez, Miss., named Susette.
HO FOR THK BOATING CI.CB "PICNIC.
This will be one oi those pleasant,
joytul occasions which all love to partici
pate In, and none ahould Vet It go by un
heeded. The picnic will lake place at
Parker's grove, ou the narrow gauge
railroad, the most delightful spot to be
found within fifty miles ot the city.
Within one hundred feet of the grounds
are two beautiful streams, Cache river
and Clear creek, both streams being In
habited by mill ions of the tinny tribe Of
eyery species, and those who attend may
be sure ol excellent Ashing. Game is In
abundance id the region ol the grove
and hunting Is also good. . Then for those
who do not wi-h to hunt or fish, there
will be croquet, swings and dancing,
lee cream, lemonade, cigar, etc., will be
at the command of every ' one on the
grounds. To enumerate the conveniences
that have been arranged by the boating
elub would tire our readers. .We will
only say that there lias never been an
event of a like character take place in
this city that lias afforded so much
pleasure as the picnic of to-mot row
promises. A special train will leave on the nar
row gauge road at 8:30, to convey the
party to the grounds. The regular
train, which leaves at 10:40, win also
stop at the grounds lor the accommoda
tion of those who cannot go on the spe
cial. Trains will return at 1, 4.30 and
5:30 o'clock.' The fare , for the round
trip is, gentlemen, , seventy-five cents,
ladies fifty; ceuta , and 'children under
twelve year, twenty-fire cents.
Ttae Ccatcwalal Fears.. r be lliber-
.aUausa ta Fraal.
The citizens' movement, inaugurated
for the purpose ot making arrangements
to celebrate tlie Centennial Fourth ot
July, having tailed, and a later move
ment among the firemen of the city to
make success tul the same purpose, hav
ing also failed, the members ot the Hi
bernlan fire company, upon consultation,
determined to make arrangements Uieui-
selve for the proper celebration of the
great day, and to invite the public of
TJairo and the surrounding country to
join with them in the patri
otie duty. V They have accord
ingly engaged 'Washington hall and
garden for tlie occasion and will throw
both open to the pnUic night and day.
All the prominent brass and string bands
have been employed ; a grand procession,
patriotic in all its details, w ill be a dis
tinguishing feature of the event; , the
immortal Declaration ot Independence
will be read by the Hob. John U. Oberly
and oraliens will be delivered by Hon.
Wm. Hartzell and other distinguished
orators, and fire works will
make tbe heavens bright ia
the night time with patriotic fire
Everything will be done to make the oc
casion a most glorious one ; and to this
end all tbe citizens of Cairo and of all
the towns and cities and country around
about us In Illinois, Kentucky and Mis
souri, are asked to come in and give a
helping band. By order of the commit
tee. A. Slsakka,
J. J. Anderson,
M. J. How LEY,
r: LaakawSfar Barcwlaa, '
For the coming week iu the following
goods: "Ladlea silk parasols, all sizes ;
a large and handsome assortment of fans,
In all colors ladles and gent's atraw
hats ; latest styles of dress goods ; Scotch
ginghams ; a tine line of gent's and boys'
clothing ; men's w hlte and colored Khlrts ;
ladies',and gent'slhoslery ; tarletan.in all
colors, for covering looking-glasses and
picture frames ; ladies' Newport and but
ton slippers ; the largest and finest layout
ot calicos that has ever been brought to
Cairo. Bleached muslins at 5 cents per
yard. Iu short, I will have open for in
spection a full assortment of dry goods,
boots and shoes on Saturday, June 17th.
All the above goods will be sold at one
half the price that they ran be purchased
at any other house In Cairo. Call at
once at Dan. Hurtuiau's, comer of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and ex
amine my cheap goods, and you will see
that I have not misrepresented anything.
mill Aaotber Betluetlaa la Kallraad
t'nraa.tsy Iks t'sir aas) Vlareaaei
Hallraad It aasaaujr.
New York .$ia 50
Phiadelphla 20 73
Baltimore ir.L;.v.,..;u.....h,:...,,. 20 50
Washington. ,... ..... ns a- . . 20 CO
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ft-20 3t pcuerulTkUt, Pfeut.
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A two-story dwelling house,' No. 31
Seventh strict, lK4weca VVsy'ayia;toii ave
nue antr Walnut street, inquire Vt """
Pa. W ardxkk's, 5 W.W street; ;
saaaar ssssaaaav .
A few boarders, ladles or geutlenicir
can be aeeonuiodated witfe 'large. ,atry
rooms and taleboaMI'rvasuU
Call at corner of Si xtta str .it and Wash
ington avenue. J, C. White.
it U I
i ) Cairo, Ul Monday Evening, )
. .. . . )nut mil, is7o. i
The changes in the iltnatlon of busi
ness since last Thursday are Impercepti
ble. The weather has been rery .
settled ik1 unfavorable, t which, pos
sibly, some b the dullness that exist In
all brandies mj lit attributed; and many
are Anxfous to believe the 'e lements the
cause of it all. while "they chew the cud
ot sweet and bitter fancies," and w ait lor
better days. ,
In the flonr trade everything Is very
quiet. The commission houses and mills
are all w ell supplied, and both the loal
and shipping business is very light.
There Is very, little doing In the hay
market, but a few cars of choice or good
mixed would not come amiss for the lo
cal business. The Inquiry ior corn still
continues pretty active. There is little
coming to market, and hence the supply
Is light. Prices are firm. Oats receipts
have also been light, and the supply is
limited, w ith a very fair demand. Meal
and bran are dull. The supply of butter
Is only moderate. The demand Is fair.
Eggs are scarce nnd In good demand.
Poultry is iu active demand. Tnere Is
rery little In the market. Vegetables are
very plenty nnd dull. Uaspbcrries are
coming In more freely, but the prices are
sun tugn, ana tney no not sell as rap
idly as they would were shippers willing
to take reasonable prices for them.
of Our friends should bear in mind
that tbe prices bra given are usually tor
sales from first hands in iouid lot. In
filling orders and for broken lot it Is
necessary to tiiargc an ailvnnce over
This market Is well stocked, and very
quiet. We note the sale of 000 barrels
various grades $3 5(0 23 ; 100 barrels
various grades $3 0(0,0 .7) ; 150 barrels
various grades, on order?, $3 75(57 00.
200 barrels various grades, city $4fa 3 0.
No sales were reported. The market
is in lair condition for shippers, and there
Is a fair demand for choice and good
mixed, for the local trade. A few cars of
these grades would sell well.
The supply of corn Is light. There is
a pretty good demand at figures last
quoted. We note the sale of 1 car white,
in bulk, 44c.
Tlie receipts of oats have been light.
There Is a light supply on the market,
with a fair demand. We note the sale of
1 car choice Northern, sacked and deliv
ered, 3(c; 150 sacks mixed, 330 lOc.
; Country Wl city meal is in good sup.
ply nnd doll. We' liote the sale of 100
sacks, Ji 35.
Bran is plenty and dull. We note the
sale of 900 sacks $10 50.
There is a moderate supply of butter
on hand. The demand is fair. Sales
noted were 400 lbs Southern Illinois,
14(16c; 300 lbs Northern Illinois, ISc.
Eggs ure scarce. The demand Is very
good at quotations. We note the sale of
50 doz Il(3jl2c; 50 doz 11c.
Tlie demand for good poultry is very
good. There is very little in the market.
The market is lull ot vegetable ot all
kinds, and they are very slow sale. There
were no sales reported.
Receipts of raspberries have been more
liberal, but they are not selling as fast as
they would were prices more moderate.
The 4 crates of black and 2 crates of red,
quoted below, were sold on Saturday.
We note the sale of S crates red, $5 00
5 50; 8 crates black $3(33 35; 2 crates
red $6; 4 crates black $t.
UIDES-AND" Fl'RS." ".
Kprs Beaver No. 1 MM:H'n.i
$1 60 ; No. 3 $1 ; No. 4 60c. OtterNo.
1 W; No. 2 $4; No, 3 $2; No. 4 $1.
Miuk No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c; N. 8 5oc ;
No. 4 10c Raccoon No. 1 70e ; No. j
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No.
I sac , AO. a tiOc; iso. a 30c; No. 4 15c.
Fox Grar No. I SI : No. 2 75c : No. 3
60o ; red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c.
Opossum No. 1 10c ; No. 2 o ; No. 3,
5c Muskrat No. 120c; No. 2 15c; No.
3 10c. Bear No. I $10 ; No. 2 $7 No. 3
3; o. 41. WoU .Mountain No. 1
Ii 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 7Zc,.
Prairie Wolf No. 1 -fl 25 ; No. 2 50c
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut 10c. ; Badger,
Shf.kh Pelts Green 7."c $1 25 ; dry
WW fuc , snearinjtk iu ce
We quote salt in car load lots. $1 50 ;
less thaw car load lots, $1 75. We note
the sale of 200 bbls. $1 50.
We nnote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, tittup, $3; nut. $2 ; delivered car
load per ton, lump. S3 50; nut, J 2 75
delivered per single ton, lump. SI : nut
$3 25; Rautu or Ilarrinburg coal on
track per load, lump. 27 : uut, lt; tie
llvered per ton, $.150; Pittsburg coal
car loaus ou track, o w per ton ; single
not, delivered, $G.
The place to sell ragJf rope, paper
stock, scrap Iron, old metal, beeswax,
tallow, ginseng, hides, furs, etc., is at the
old stand of Joseph Smith, one door
above the New York store.
0-8-Ct B. F. Wilbi'rx.
- For Sale,
Etna Flour Mill, Indianapolis, Indiana
3 ruu 4 feet bubra, water power. Mill in
complete running order. Building 45x45
feet, 4 stories aud baseiucut. Would
take as part pay will in Southern Illinois
or Indiana. Small cash payment.
Addrc8, Sullivan i&Gatks.
Mal4 frapaaaJa. . ,..
Bids rr JiUloc U lota axuuod. Xwrwat
Hill, corner or Tenth aad Poplsr-sts., will
ba reeeivad until Moadav evi, Jvae loth,
leTu. J;Uv esttuvatad tiaf il Will requirs
about 4(10 eubie yards of earth to till to the
reuutred antgbt. Also praaaaals lr V feet
of fencing, the lumber to ba furnished by
tbeTuraar aalety. r farther laferua
tloa appty ta ' -John A. Koihliu
' ' . scawAStiTZ,
Waa bsrAsmiBirr nms Rtronr, i
.tune ! r,i i
I a nova
STATlOK. LOW WATIS. CM MOB.
J rt. in. rt. iv.
taira.-...n.n.M..M.) 1 4 XO ft
fittslmrs: ft I 7
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f'lUisrillr II T n
Nsshvill ....M M It -11 4
St. Ixiuis . !! 1 Xi
Kvansvlllc . 10 J AO i
Memphis............... 1 'i 7 Al I
Vlrk.tiurs; .. ... 3 A .-0 7
.Nw Orlesas 4 S fl
Below hlrh water of 1T4 .
KerReant, Siirnal Service, f. . A.
Steamer Jim Fink, Paducah.
" City of Helena, Vlckburg.
C.K. Peck, Pittsburg.
" Polar Star, barges, Tcnn. river.
" John A. Wood, tow, N. O.
" Oakland, tow, New Orleans.
' Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
Vint Shinkle, Memphis.
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Eddy ville, Nashville.
" Mollie Moore, St. Ixuis.
" Charles Morgan, New Orleans.
John W. Garrett, Island No.10.
Joseph II. Bigley, St. Louis.
' Bee and barges. New Orleans.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducah.
City of Helena. St. Louis.
C.K. Peck, St. Louis.
" Polar Star and barges, St. L.
" John A. Wood, tow. Pitbburg.
' Oakland, tow, Pittsburg.
" Arkansas IWle, Evansville.
Vint Shinkle, Cincinnati.
" Grand Tower, Vlcksburg.
" Mollie Moore, New Orleans.
" Charles Morgan, New Orleans.
" Bfe and barges, Cincinnati.
The Ohio river rose six inches during
the twenty-four hours euding at six
o'clock last evening.
The City of Helena had a good trip,
and put oil here 45S bales of cotton for the
The Polar Star from the Tennessee
river had a barge of logs for St. Louis.
The John A. Wood and Oakland
passed up with tows of empty coal
The tobacco saved from the wreck of
the Shippers' own was sold at auction
yesterday. It brought all the way from
$3 75 to $31 per hogshead.
The Grand Tower down on Sunday,
had a good trip, She added about 30 tons
The Charles Morgan passed up yes
terday morning, 4 days and 11 hours out
from New Orleans, after losing S hours.
She had a very good up stream cirgo.
The James FUk had a lair trip from
Paducah, and took back part of the to
bacco saved from the Shipper's Own
purchased at the sale yesterday by Pa
The Eddyville brought from Nash
ville a good trip ot tobacco, iron, etc.
The Vint Shinkle had a fair trip
from Memphis for the Ohio river.
The cargo of the Arkansas Belle,
from Evansville, was an unusually light
The Mcllie Moore passed down yes
terday loaded to the water's edge.
The. Bigley goes back to St. Louis
with a tow ot coal.
The Bee and barges passed up lor
St. Louis alter a successful trip to the
The '. K. Peck had a tremendous
trip for St. Louis from Pittsburg. She
stopped here just long enough to put off
a tew packages of freight.
The John W. Garrett returned to
this port from island No. 10 yesterday
with a damaged shaft and laid up. She
succeeded In getting the tow of the
Grey Hound afloat, with the exception of
one barge. The sand had cut away from
under it so bud that it broke in two.
Capt. Booth will repair the broken shaft
of the Garrett as soon as possible.
Twenty Five tsollara steward
For the return of fowls and thief, who
stole from our premises Friday night
last, about two dozen half grown
Bralnuas this spring's chickens. Half
of the number was perfectly white in
color, balance white and brown mottled.
Each had one wing cropped.
C-13-2t. Chas. Galiuhkr.
Chattsl Xertgag tale.
U Y virtne of s chattel mortmre. axeculnl liv
XJA. B. Maffbnl and If. L MorriM aa raceivers
of Uie Cairo aad Viaeenaca railroad ami the
Cairo ana Vinrennes railrosu oumauny, to
tlie UDuersieneil. bearlna date. February 1st.
I '.', ws will, on tlia 2d day of July, ISTii. at
the hour of l o'clueca. m., al the roundhouse
ol tbe Cairo ami inreaocs railroad, la loiio.
Illinois, proceed lo sell, at aublio vendue to Ihe
liilthest burner, tits tallowing deecribeil pmptr
lyr bring a portion ot tbe roll in stork of the
said Cairo and Vincenues railroad, and a por
tion oi ure pruprnj Qm-nuni in ssiil IIHirifKSr,
to-witt Hot ears numbered Isn (li) . twrntv
('), twenty. tao (fi), tweutr-tour (il). thirty
(:"). thirtv-two (uj, thirty-four (.14), thirty
encul forty-six (10), any-lwo (.vn , tlrty-eix
('). seteuty-iwo i'i), seventy-four (71). nahty
two (s),bne hundred and sis (I1), one hundred
and fourteen (111) out huudred aud twenty ".'),
one nuudred and twenty-two (l!) one humlrej
aud Iwenly-eiitht l) one nuudred and forty
two UJt , ous hundred aud forty-six (140) aud
one hundred sad sixty (!').
1st and cos! cars numbered twenty-seven (37),
thirty-nine (,') aud lorty-flu (4.S) ; that the
terms of said sale are rash in band.
Hated June 17th, U7S.
, UHhViaX, MOW. AX AtO.,
6-20-d-vod. , ... aforia(aas.
WHOLESAXX AMD KXTA.IU
111 THE CITY,
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Qooda Sold Yi7 Cla.
Oernsi Ittta St. aad OoauaaarolaJ A v.'
. ouso, xuxzexM
0. O. FATUm ft CO.
16 tm 017
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
E.VKRV STVK 19
Wherever l"d or Sold
OfK NEW SIZES
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
Are a Murvelnns I ombinotion of
And all the Essential Points that eo to Make up
the . K
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
r.vor Olferail to the Pnblir.
Made Only by the
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
-No. !. oh, r,l .nil MSN. MainM ,
0. W. HENDERSON,
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Paper, Window Qlaas, Win
flow Shades, &c.
lwsys on hand, the celebrated lllumlnatia
A l HO II A OIL.
Corner Elovsnth Street and Waahla
com niNMium HfcRrHAirrni.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds bard and soft.)
FLOORING, SIDrNQ, LATH., &c.
Mill aad Yard,
Jorner Thirty-Fourth Street and
No SO Ohio Leve,
T S If.
sraAiTON & Antir
A.aE:.ra auekican powoik oo
57 Ohio Levee.
O. D W1TJJAMS0N.
No. 18 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attenties vvra to consignments and
Adoruey t I.w.
Ort'lCK Al rcairiiaiea oa XlntO tMraslJ
twaeuWsliiBa'tun avenue and W alnut at
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J" . O. Buelai,
BINDER AiU BLANK BOOK
ollaUa Bjratdlaf . Ow.TvaUU atraat
tat WssUwUia Avsaus,
tO"Coaaijr aad Railroad Work a Spasialir